Chart: Two-Thirds of Institutional Investors Looking to Put More Money in Infrastructure; Direct Investments Gaining Popularity

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Institutional investors on the whole are investing more money in infrastructure, and the majority of those investors aren’t done yet, according to a recent report from Preqin.

The average institutional investors’ infrastructure allocation has risen from 3.5 percent in 2011 to 4.3 percent in 2014, according to the report. Still, 67 percent of investors are looking to increase their investments in the sector.

The survey found that 33 percent of institutional investors are looking to maintain their allocation to infrastructure. But the most startling finding: none of the surveyed investors were looking to decrease their allocations.

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The chart to the right shows the surveyed investors’ preferred methods of investment. Direct investment has nearly doubled in popularity since 2012, while the popularity of unlisted funds has fallen dramatically.

View the full report here.

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